SOLUTION: 1)Identify the vertical asymptotes for the function. f(x)= x-1/x-4 2)Identify the horizontal asymptotes for the function. f(x)= x-5/x+1 3)Which type of variation is represented

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 Question 622828: 1)Identify the vertical asymptotes for the function. f(x)= x-1/x-4 2)Identify the horizontal asymptotes for the function. f(x)= x-5/x+1 3)Which type of variation is represented by the following equation? a1/b1= a2/b2 4)Which type of variation is represented by a1b1 = b2a2? 5)Simplify. x+2/x+3 divided by x^2+x-12/x^2-9 6)solve x-4/x-2= x-2/x+2 plus 1/x-2 Thank you so much! Answer by jsmallt9(3296)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!First, don't post so many problems in a single post. You are unlikely to get help when you do.Tutors are more likely to help with clearly posted problems. For example, put parentheses around numerators and denominators. Your problem #1, as posted, means: But I suspect that it is rather or or Most of the problems you posted suffer from this ambiguity. Tutors are unlikely to respond when they are not sure what the problem actually is. (Note: Click on the "Show Source" link above to see what I typed for each of the expressions above.)